In VOICE OF THE EAGLE, Linda Lay Shuler continues her Time Circle Quartet as Kwani, She Who Remembers, her mate Tolonqua and their newborn son begin their trek to Cicuye, Tolonqua s homeCicuye is a pueblo city, an outpost where desert canyons meet the verdant buffalo range Danger lurks there, for marauding tribes prey on the village with savage ferocityKwani and Tolonqua argue for a new city, fortified and safe, high on the ridge But others fear leaving their ancestral home With battle near, this split within threatens the town s survival as much as the gathering tribes withoutp Historically valid and carefully reconstructed, this story of life in America prior to its discovery by Columbus kindles the imagination B O T Editorial Review Board


10 thoughts on “Voice of the Eagle

  1. Suzy Verkade Suzy Verkade says:

    5 STARS OUTSTANDING Reading this giant 700 page masterpiece was a GIFT It was a beautiful blessing just to get so wrapped up in this story..and I am so excited for book 3 in the series to arrive at my house.I ordered it online.I think this is the greatest book series that has ever been written and I will be reccommending it to people until I can no longer talk Book one is She Who RemembersBook 2 is Voice of The Eagleand it is evenoutstanding and whirlw 5 STARS OUTSTANDING Reading this giant 700 page masterpiece was a GIFT It was a beautiful blessing just to get so wrapped up in this story..and I am so excited for book 3 in the series to arrive at my house.I ordered it online.I think this is the greatest book series that has ever been written and I will be reccommending it to people until I can no longer talk Book one is She Who RemembersBook 2 is Voice of The Eagleand it is evenoutstanding and whirlwind adventure ish than book one Book 3 is Let The Drum Speak.So get out and buy them, honestlyif you love a great book that sweeps you away and you cannot put it down then this is for you


  2. Denise Denise says:

    Superior readingI fell in love with the story of Kwani in book one and remained thoroughly entranced with every page of Voice of the Eagle Highly recommend


  3. Lauren1012 Lauren1012 says:

    The book started off slowly, and I made the mistake of comparing it to Jean Auel, who in my opinion cannot be surpassed in this genre I think it took me a bit to get into the flow of the story, which was meandering I m not sure if the pace picked up, or I finally settled into it, but after about 200 pages I was immersed in the story The books is just over 600 page Kwani s story became the story of her mate, her children, her adopted people It seemed to be very well researched and well writ The book started off slowly, and I made the mistake of comparing it to Jean Auel, who in my opinion cannot be surpassed in this genre I think it took me a bit to get into the flow of the story, which was meandering I m not sure if the pace picked up, or I finally settled into it, but after about 200 pages I was immersed in the story The books is just over 600 page Kwani s story became the story of her mate, her children, her adopted people It seemed to be very well researched and well written, with the exception of the dialog, which had the feel of an exchange in English between non native English speakers However, once I got absorbed in the story, this didn t even catch my attention


  4. Annette Summerfield Annette Summerfield says:

    I really enjoyed this book by Linda Lay Shuler I have looked for other books by her in the second hand book stores but haven t found any If you liked Clan of the Cave Bear you ll love this book and even if you haven t read Clan of the Cave Bear you may love this book because it is a lighter story It has some magicthe old kind, from back in the cave man type days where they believed the spirits ruled their lives and prayed to all the goods The main characters are very endearing.


  5. Dennis Dupuis Dennis Dupuis says:

    I read this book with high hopes that it would fill a void after reading one of Jean Auel s books It was a bit of fun to read, but left me a bit wanting Too much drama for even a fantasy book It s an easy read, perhaps too easy.


  6. Fern Fern says:

    Nice enough sequel to She Who Remembers Readingfor the recreation of the pueblo vs plain Indians lifestyles than anything else.


  7. Linda Comess Linda Comess says:

    fabulous and interesting and enlightening.


  8. Linda Humberstone Linda Humberstone says:

    This is a terrific follow on from She Who Remembers , you can image that these ancient people and their lives in their little settlements were just how Linda Lay Shuler depicts them Their beliefs, rituals, ceremonies and taboos are both realistic and acceptable for for this period in South America s history The story is full of adventure, competitiveness and jealousies with characters that are well defined and having little idiosyncrasies and foibles just like modern man.


  9. Martina Muller Martina Muller says:

    Great way to learn and have funThis book is a great way to learn to understand ancient Anasazi culture and thinking and escape into a world of romance and adventure I thoroughly enjoyed it.


  10. Nancy Wilkinson Nancy Wilkinson says:

    A book in the grand scale that I adore I devoured this second in the Kwani series I loved the characters and the rich characterizations of the everyday life of the Native Americans of the American southwest There is much we could learn from them.My only slightly negative comment I d that, at times I found this story line tiresome and redundant It seemed to boil down to two boys disobeying once again and bringing down havoc It was just too obvious and predictable Ms Schuler was too goo A book in the grand scale that I adore I devoured this second in the Kwani series I loved the characters and the rich characterizations of the everyday life of the Native Americans of the American southwest There is much we could learn from them.My only slightly negative comment I d that, at times I found this story line tiresome and redundant It seemed to boil down to two boys disobeying once again and bringing down havoc It was just too obvious and predictable Ms Schuler was too good a writer to have to return to the same jumping off point over and over again But, on the whole an a book the was enjoyable and well worth reading